The facts as given to me by an attorney representing the Granddaughter….
Grandparents take property with a Warranty Deed in 1953. Grandmother passes without a will in 1968. In 1972, Grandfather gives the property to his son(1) and daughter(1) as JTROS via Quick Claim Deed (QCD). Son(1) passes and Daughter(1) gives the property to her son(2) and daughter(2) as JTROS via QCD. Son(2) passes and now daughter (2) accepts my offer for $4k. Death certificate copies have been provided for son(1) and son(2). Property probably sells for $10K.
With a clean title history I normally would not get title insurance for the purchase but the first QCD transfer has me wondering if Grandpa can QCD 100%. Feels like after 46 years if there was a problem it would have surfaced. Thoughts?
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